1016 When the Kingdom Fully Comes

Intro

When the kingdom fully comes to earth,

all people shall recover their original likeness.


Verse 1

God enjoys from atop His throne,

He lives among the stars.

And the angels offer Him new songs,

dance new dances with their hearts.

When the kingdom fully comes to earth.

No longer does their own fragility

cause tears to run down their faces.

No longer do the angels weep before God.

Of miseries, none will complain.

Of miseries, none will complain.


Chorus

The day when God gains all His glory

is the day man enjoys their rest.

They no longer rush about

because of Satan’s disturbance.

The world will stop progressing onward,

and people will live in rest.

This is when the kingdom fully comes to earth.

This is when the kingdom fully comes to earth.


Verse 2

The myriad stars in the firmament

are completely renewed.

The mountains and rivers in heaven and on earth

are changed, and the sun and the moon.

When the kingdom fully comes to earth.

And because man has changed, God has changed,

so, too, will all things change.

This great plan of God will be achieved, will be achieved.

This is His ultimate aim.

This is His ultimate aim.


Chorus

The day when God gains all His glory

is the day man enjoys their rest.

They no longer rush about

because of Satan’s disturbance.

The world will stop progressing onward,

and people will live in rest.

This is when the kingdom fully comes to earth.

This is when the kingdom fully comes to earth.

This is when the kingdom fully comes to earth.

This is when the kingdom fully comes to earth.


Adapted from “Chapter 20” of Interpretations of the Mysteries of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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